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Salt Security | July 13, 2022
Salt Security, the leading API security company, today announced that it has been accepted as part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Accelerate Program, a co-sell program for AWS Partners who provide software solutions that run on or integrate with AWS. Acceptance validates the proven integration of the Salt Security API Protection Platform with AWS and provides Salt Security with direct access to additional AWS resources to optimize solutions for joint customers...
Terranova Security | July 28, 2021
The global partner of choice in security awareness training, Terranova Security, has announced a partnership with IT professionals' authority in software security training, Security Innovation. The partnership addresses creating a unified cybersecurity culture through role-based security awareness training, a critical business need for many organizations today.
A unique challenge in creating a robust cybersecurity culture is faced by those managing cybersecurity-related traini...
FireEye, Inc. | August 11, 2020
FireEye, Inc., the intelligence-led security company, today announced that Sara Andrews has been appointed to the FireEye board of directors. Andrews currently serves as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at PepsiCo.
Andrews brings more than two decades of front line experience defending some of the world’s largest organizations. As PepsiCo’s CISO, Andrews is responsible for developing and implementing the risk-based information securit...
Help Net security | January 28, 2020
The recent high-profile ransomware attack on foreign currency exchange specialist Travelex highlights the devastating results of a targeted cyber-attack. In the weeks following the initial attack, Travelex struggled to bring its customer-facing systems back online. Worse still, despite Travelex’s assurances that no customer data had been compromised, hackers were demanding $6 million for 5GB of sensitive customer information they claim to have downloaded. Providing services to some of the ...
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